**Answer:**

Two compounds.

**Explanation:**

If you have two peaks in your gas chromatograph, this means that you have two compounds.

The gas chromatograph is an instrument that helps identify how many compounds a substance has by observing its behavior against a solid medium through adsorption and the velocity of each compound in it.

**Answer:**

0.39 mol

**Explanation:**

Considering the ideal gas equation as:

where,

P is the pressure

V is the volume

n is the number of moles

T is the temperature

R is Gas constant having value = 0.0821 L.atm/K.mol

At same volume, for two situations, the above equation can be written as:-

Given ,

n₁ = 1.50 mol

n₂ = ?

P₁ = 3.75 atm

P₂ = 0.998 atm

T₁ = 21.7 ºC

T₂ = 28.1 ºC

The conversion of T( °C) to T(K) is shown below:

T(K) = T( °C) + 273.15

So,

T₁ = (21.7 + 273.15) K = 294.85 K

T₂ = (28.1 + 273.15) K = 301.25 K

Using above equation as:

Solving for n₂ , we get:

n₂ = 0.39 mol

<span>(8.5 x 10^-3 mol) / (0.0320 mol/L KCN)=0.265625 L=265.625 ml.
This is the volume of a 0.0320 M KCN solution that would give a median lethal dose to a 185 lb person.</span>